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This FUN and MOTIVATING pack will not only give you over 180 Minimal Pairs for the phonological processes of Fronting, Stopping, Voicing and Gliding, but adorable and big animal mouths so that your kids can 'feed' the animals (27 mouths in total) either the matching minimal pairs OR food that goes with that animal.
It's a fun little way to relate minimal pairs to the sound that they make, as the matching animal starts with the sound that you are targeting (e.g. 'r' for rhino and 'w' for whale - gliding). It's an extra little visual and auditory cue that can really help consolidate the sometimes hard-to-teach nature of minimal pairs therapy.
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✅ -- Total of 180 Minimal Pairs - OR - 360 individual COLOR cards
✅ -- Pairs also come in Black & White if you don't want to print in ink
✅ -- 27 Feeding mouths and food that goes with the animals
✅ -- Color and Black & White pacing boards are included so that you can use drilling and repetition as part of your therapy
What SLPS like you are saying:
"I have had great success using this in both individual and small group sessions (even my most challenging students have loved this)".
"The visuals are appealing to my students, and "feeding" activities keeps them engaged the whole time!"
"This makes sound discrimination much more tangible and engaging".
I love making creative resources for Phonology, because let's face it, it can really be boring. If you think the idea of Phonology and phonological processes would be difficult for some of your students to understand, please:
⭐have a look at my Teach Phonology series - or of you want to inject some fun, my Bingo Boards:⭐
Rebecca Reinking is an SLP who works privately with children who have speech sound disorders. She has a particular interest in phonological interventions and strives to connect and collaborate with speech scientists to bridge the gap between research and clinical practice.
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